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FOX Business
Aug 15, 2013 6:00pm EDT
they think the markets will go lower because of other stuff going on out there. in washington in particular, of conversations about whether debt is going to mount the will handle the ceiling increase which will emerge again. had the see that? will there be more bad news for investors and americans generally? >> the fundamental issue is still jobs. so many people unemployed, underemployed, a part-time employe, going and disability, and without the engine of jobs it is hard to say that the fundamentals of the economy are sound. the get a lot of ripsaw hang around based on what washington is going to do. frankly i don't remember a time in my adult life where everything was so dependent on some utterance of one washington official or another. it just seems to me that the economy is now just hanging by the threat of the latest comment from ben bernanke or somebody else. gerri: you have to say that he is probably the most powerful man on the planet right now. >> in moves equimark is, bond markets, politics. that is not the way it is supposed to be. gerri: i have to tell you, i look at some of the
FOX Business
Aug 27, 2013 6:00pm EDT
the war in washington about the debt ceiling and then a but continuing resolution. we never got any better, but it has been a beautiful year. where do we go from here? we will get it started right now senior equity strategist, founder of seaports securities and chief strategist of ballpoint asset management. first of all, you've seen a lot of up and down days. what do you make of today's session? >> it was a pretty ugly day, but not unexpected. and surprise to did go down more yesterday quite frankly after the secretary of state spoke. took a while. listen, the market does not like uncertainty. we got a lot of uncertainty. charles: what is more responsible? syria or the war brewing in washington d.c.? >> syria has to be number one. the war brewing in washington and then somehow or other the fed tapering is taking a back burner. charles: believe it or not. >> but clearly that is a problem. the next fed chairman, i think putting the other two aside and tell them determine if the next fed chairman will be, the market is on hold now matter what. charles: i see you nodding your head. give us yo
FOX Business
Aug 7, 2013 6:00pm EDT
to put behind a car that ultimately seems to be just a fantasy of washington. they want to push these cars on americans but i don't think there is a huge demand for them. do you see in this growing dramatically in these kind of cars? >> i don't necessarily see interest growing dramatically. electric vehicles and even hybrids account for 2% of the overall marketplace in the united states. better technology is way too expensive. battery cost have come down and will continue to come down. you might see them scale, but there is a lot of if and maybes so it will be sometime before the vehicles are priced right and competitive with what consumers really want. starting less than $20,000. gerri: those cars are much more cost efficient, don't have to look for a place to plug in. we talk a lot about these electric cars at the end of the day but i am wondering if there will be come a time where the battery really will work well. is that going to happen anytime soon? >> from what i have read from the different studies, the cost has come down 30 to 40%, they are expected to come down by anot
FOX Business
Aug 1, 2013 6:00pm EDT
the president of the protocol school in washington. i want to show people that have. a bill of $74 and $0.71 so the total he paid was $77 and $0.41. take out orders no service in did not sit down is that right? >> absolutely he is not a cheapskate actually he did not have to it is not expected to tip on a takeout order. he got slammed so hard in the media on twitter and all social media calling him bad to reduces. he is cheap or a jerk, etc. but those people are the bad actors. >> absolute the. with that ipad and the tablets in the sale this but the reality is he was right. gerri: he said if anybody cares i tipped $3 on a takeout order if i sat own it would have been 20% plus. that is the right to answer? >> absolutely. gerri: so what do most people do when it comes to tipping? are they to it being $3 or do most people follow the rules? >> i don't think all of them the servers only get so much per hour and rely on tips and then they have to pay taxes on their tips sometimes it is over 20 percent of it is fabulous and if they're not doing good give them 10 percent. gerri: a deacon always say so
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2013 2:00am EDT
you work of a job without getting your hands dirty? >> forget washington. gerri: office politics can be dirty but the struggle for power existed you participate or not. how you play the game during advantage? we have career coaching and strategist. welcome to the show. with office politics people think is a dirty game but you cannot rise above the fray? >> no. it is nothing more than creating relationships or strategic alliances. regardless if you are in the office or a club for family or friends if exist everywhere. gerri: women in particular are reluctant because they think i will be judged on the basis of my work but if you were there you are participating. is a matter of how you play you are part of politics just by being there and oftentimes people feel is a dirty game and it does not need to be but you have to conduct yourself in a way that focuses on getting the job done to form a strategic alliance and forming relationships. >> but then people missed the of bigger point judge ito relationships with co-workers you have to judge that as well. >> absolutely. >> that mr. >> nobod
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2013 6:00pm EDT
way will be washington takes care of its own and doesn't pay attention to us. obamacare passed, it forced the federal government to drop the employer-sponsored insurance so unlike every other employer, is one had to go away, dumped the staffers into the obamacare exchanges and it barred the federal government from supporting the health insurance so you have any kind of a contribution. gerri: like regular americans they only get the money when they deserve the money. there are certain economic thresholds. doesn't it make a difference? >> i don't think they should get the subsidies, it is not the point the law did something clean it wouldn't. if you like your insurance, you don't have to change it. it actually said you have to get rid of it, that was step number one. step number two was indefensible in fixing this. ruling we did not mean it, we are sorry. they had no ability to do that. this is the latest in that the administration has used his executive powers to overrule the law and it has become just a joke. laws are passed and should be adhered to by the administration. gerri
FOX Business
Aug 26, 2013 6:00pm EDT
started in 1965 did not end until 1982 so i got in at a good time. the guys in my office in washington d.c. were some of the few people that survived the bear markets of the '70s i could learn from them how they could survive by putting things into common sense. so consider yourself the owner. that was first and foremost,. charles: was there more or less in anchorage man or discouragement? for becoming the only person he thought it was worthwhile was my mother. everyone else said forget about it. >> my dad thought i should get a real job white becoming an engineer. [laughter] >> in 1982 my father was working for at&t and he was given all this stuff but had no idea how to follow what he was investing in. we learned a together looking at the stock tables lie started to realize the serious, counting crows, equity ownership and i was fixated. at that early age started to learn and by then being self-taught ended up doing these crazy jobs that merrill lynch over the summer in high-school. >> and young people are interested in money and a trading and looking to the future but unfortunately our
FOX Business
Aug 28, 2013 6:00pm EDT
years ago today, martin luther king's march on washington his historic "i havea dream speech," what it met then and today, and focusing on one word that comes from the realization of dr. king's dream, hence something that's not given, but can be taken away or sold. also tonight, cashing in on company profits without cashing out your shares. we're taking on the world of dividends and how to pick a stock in this market. one of the most successful financial take radio hosts in the business, steve crowley will help discuss and make this your market. ♪ all right. what a difference a day makes, stocks hammered yesterday by uncertainty in the middle east, and while the uncertainty did not go away, stocks bounced back ending higher which is why i say, you don't want to have day-to-day gyrations in the stock market, watch the fundamentals, and they will to the -- they did not change in the last 24 hours. news headlines in syria did. facebook down 5% yesterday, a bigger winner today, and the company, nothing changed with it overnight. it's just summer. we have light trading volume this time
FOX Business
Aug 8, 2013 6:00pm EDT
the other, they would stretch from where i sit in washington d.c. all the way to denver, colorado. that is over 606,000 structurally deficient bridges which means -- and structurally deficient means they are in immediate need of significant repair or replacement. gerri: i was looking at the list. and let me tell you, i either live near them are used to live near them. one in boston that i've lived one block away from and probably traveled twice at per day. in horrible shape. there is one up near me in westchester. portland, new york. they're all over the place. if your commute, you may travel over these bridges twice per day . let's talk about what structurally deficient means. what is killing wrong with these bridges? >> understand that this list was compiled by the various state departments of transportation after having inspected the robbers is. this data is coming from structural engineers that have actually examined these bridges. structurally deficient does not mean it will collapse tomorrow, but it does mean that it is in immediate -- immediate need of significant repair or
FOX Business
Aug 11, 2013 10:00pm EDT
. >>> good evening everybody. thank you for being with us. washington has become an ent mow logical wonderland for the obama administration seems to be more obsessed with semantics and sentence con trucks than to capture a killing of terrorists. washington -- while dismissing any sense of proportion when it comes to radical islamists and the war on terror. and for all of that, tis was a red letter day. president obama's mantra that al qaeda is on the run today proved wrong yet again. you are looking at pictus of yemen where governmentofficials
FOX Business
Aug 13, 2013 6:00pm EDT
is live in washington d.c. with the latest. >> reporter: good evening. reagan national airport right across the river from washington d.c. and the justice department, this is the airport they used in part to make their case. they say this merger goes through, u.s. airways merges with american airlines and the result will be here 69% of the spots will be controlled by that new airline. this statement from the department of justice saying that this transaction would result in consumers paying the price in higher air fares and fees and choices. today's action proves our determination to fight to the best interest of consumers by ensuring robust competition in the marketplace. the case of the airlines is that considering what you happen over the last decade and really of of the last few years with delta and northwest and most recently continental and united airlines, in order to compete and bring the customers the types of routes and services they want, there are going to have to merge. the statement from the airlines as we believe that they are wrong in its assessment of our merger, blo
FOX Business
Aug 5, 2013 6:00pm EDT
washington post" has a new owner purchasing the paper and others at $250 million although that could be adjusted before the sale is completed but amazon is not involved. first-time home buyers are turning to the bank of mom and dad as they are having hefty down payments we have our senior financial analyst, the key for coming. what that parental help for housing i hear this all the time we are getting along from mom or dad and it is a gifted you look at the national numbers 24 percent is a gift and a 6% is a loan. you are not a fan of this? >> if you are not in the habit to continually amass savings he should not be buying a house like to understand in a high-cost market even a modest down payment is a big chunk of change have a mom and dad held out i can understand that but the fact is lack of the down payment is the biggest barrier for first-time homebuyers stand why you have seen the popularity of the fha program surge. but you need to have the ability to accumulate savings on a consistent basis before you buy else as well as after. gerri: over time you need money to repair that h
FOX Business
Aug 6, 2013 6:00pm EDT
information to anyone except our friends did we don't have any enemies. gerri: that is good. >> washington is playing games retiring with the benefits is to all be reduced and at least 25% to get in line with the rest of america. what is going on? and when it comes to obamacare the employer mandate is just due to the democrat looking to reelect next year. send me e-mail go to gerriwillis.com i talk about the un e. finn -- and even playing field of investors the market of zig and zag and we get taken for a ride. things just airfare but the fbi says they have found operational vulnerabilities in the system with government economic data in the marketplace in other words, the fbi thinks there is cheating the numbers are out to traders early and making a killing on this stuff but i wish i could say i was supplied with dash a prize but i am not. and reuters was giving access to consumer confidence numbers seconds before it was publicly available those numbers move the market but you know, what i say? shame on them or anybody cheating the system because it hurts people like you and me in those t
FOX Business
Aug 31, 2013 2:00am EDT
you back to 1708 when george washington tripped over a rock and said two days later the market was down. your chart and pretty right now. >> no, they are not. charles: have to give you some props up front. you said august would be rlly tough, you were right. how do we look now? >> we do not look good at all. especially if you look at the close. charles: this is the island of misfit toys, this is us. >> my strategy is a look at stocks within 5% of the 52-week highs. all of those stocks went through their 52-week highs and cap going. we look for the momentum. dollar tree is one. we look at tm near the 52 week we screen them to see the earnings. charles: chasing stocks this year has been a marvelous strategy. almost every morning you see the stock with great news opening $3 higher. at the end of the day it is up 6 points more. do you have a stock we can look at next week? >> i have a stock i own with clients as well. it uses leverage on gold. if you buy it, you will make some money. charles: i looked at that nugget going across. if you are right on this bad boy, you will make an a
FOX Business
Aug 14, 2013 6:00pm EDT
states and washington d.c. has voucher programs right now this year 11 states like now -- north carolina, ohio, indiana, iowa , wisconsin, arizona. gerri: decided is catching on. you used it to get your son into private school. how to the workout? >> he is much happier, doing well, not facing the same adversities there was a lot of violence and distractions and he does not have to deal with that now. gerri: he is now locked in on his glasses performing. spinning he thinks he will be the nba star but we try to guide him to academics with a plan b. [laughter] gerri: but he likes school? >> he loves it he likes to be held accountable and his peers are held accountable. and he doesn't feel he needs to intervene and treat the teacher with more respect. gerri: he likes the discipline aspect? >> when we look at this a lot of criticism that they should go to public schools schools, private schools schools, educating kids, what do you make of that criticism? >> it is a false criticism competition works. also remember we only talk about state dollars it is a fraction of what we spend on kids. in i
FOX Business
Jul 31, 2013 9:00pm EDT
anything out f washington. what do you say? >> i fully agree with that. raising the minimum wage is hardly a good way to improve the job situation. going back to gdp versus unemployment. they would never say that this kind of gdp would drive the rate back down to five or 6%. i think of those as sort of two sides of the same coin. it is not going to get better until we have a very different approach. gerri: we have a long way to go. someone is excited somewhere. but it's sure not us. great to talk to both of you tonight. >> thank you. >> thank you, gerri. gerri: the hot news on fox business. a limit on debit card purchases or his so-called slight fees. retailers say it was too much. they now have to agree on a new figure. credit carcompanies collecng $16 billion a year. american express makes the most money. facebook making it easier for people to share while posts today. and back up near the ipo pre this week. stocks ended mostly lower today after the federal reserve's lowest comments on the economy. the fed said it will keep its policies in place until the economy improves substantially
FOX Business
Aug 19, 2013 6:00pm EDT
are awfully hard to get out of their once they settle in. the fall of washington regulations for a long time. how often deasy things deregulated? >> a good question. i think it was ronald reagan he said the closest thing to immortality is a government program. he might have also been referring to regulations. very difficult. so the curve only goes up. it never seems to come down. there are some cases were bad regulations are overturned, but it's very rare. a few ticket what happened to the federal register, as more than tripled in the last 35 years. dennis: more than tripled, and another measure shows that while george bush and his first term, his pages are up 4%. just the first three years the president obama's turned the pages were up over 7 percent, not only passing more rules, but were your calendar rolls. >> well, not just launder, but they and using terms the have to be -- that are just tailor-made for lobbyists and lawyers to figure out what exactly they mean. i happen to think that they use terms like reasonable. what does that mean? does for courts and lawyers and lawmakers to sort
FOX Business
Aug 25, 2013 4:00am EDT
experienced in holding office in washington i'm not sure who that would be. here's my interview with the
FOX Business
Aug 28, 2013 9:00pm EDT
of the march on washington for jobs and freedom. that give martin luther king the platform for his "i ave a dream" speech. these days, the words are used by various organizations with a variety of goals which seem more like his warning, quote, let us not seek to satisfy thirst for freedom by bitterness. he could get people off poverty stuck in material prosperity. these day, individuals fight to keep themselves that promissory te of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but it seems okay with others are denied the same thing. we want it for ourselves, but not for others because the words from the backbone of the nation really, ultimately, boil down to one word, and that's "dignity." the government can't give you dignity, but gives you the backdrop to exercise and share it. when i want everyone to own great companies, the word is "own," and when you own knowledge, ambition, determination, and compassion, that's when dreams came true. speaking of justice and opportunity, but if you don't own or give away your promissory note, dignity is lost forever, and the island of poverty will be
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